The People vs. O.J. Simpson

Emmys Recap: Donald Trump the Night’s Biggest Star

The hottest talent on television gathered in Los Angeles Sunday night for the 68th annual Emmy Awards, where perennial HBO juggernaut Game of Thrones and FX true-crime crowd-pleaser The People vs. O.J. Simpson won big — but the night’s biggest star arguably was Donald Trump, as presenters and winners seemingly couldn’t stop talking about the Republican presidential candidate.


Casting Hunt On for GWB, Condoleezza Rice Roles in ‘Katrina’ TV Show

American Crime Story creator Ryan Murphy is on the hunt for actors to play former president George W. Bush and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in the second season of his FX anthology television series, which will center on New Orleans before and after Hurricane Katrina.


Emmy Nominations: ‘Game of Thrones’ Leads with 23 Nods

Power-and-blood fantasy saga “Game of Thrones” ruled the Emmy Award nominations Thursday with a leading 23 bids, including best drama, while a real-life epic of murder and celebrity, “The People v. O.J. Simpson,” was close behind with 22 nods.


Martin Sheen to Produce TV Series Claiming ‘O.J. Is Innocent’

Veteran actor Martin Sheen will produce and narrate a new documentary television series exploring new evidence in the infamous O.J. Simpson case that producers say could be enough to prove that the former football star was completely innocent of any

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O.J. Prosecutor Marcia Clark: He Would Have Been Convicted if He Were White

Marcia Clark, one of the lead prosecutors in O.J. Simpson’s infamous 1995 double murder trial, says it’s “incredibly painful” to watch a new dramatized television series about the case — and that if Simpson were white or not a celebrity, he would have been convicted.

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